There is one thing we are quite sure of: no matter how well an organization protects itself against attacks, there will always be a vulnerability. Security is not a perpetual state. There is always the risk of a successful attack. In addition to preventive protection measures, organizational resilience, i.e., the ability to maintain or restore business processes after a disruption is an important element of IT and company security.
Organizational resilience requires the ability to anticipate threats, to prepare for possible attacks, to minimize and tolerate the harmful effects of attacks in order to be able to resume business activities as soon as possible and, if necessary, to adapt one’s own security measures.
To be resilient, an organization must:
• obtain information about existing risks from appropriate sources
• draw the right conclusions from this information
• be aware of the influence of cognitive and social aspects on decision-making and
• introduce appropriate technical and organizational security measures and ensure their long-term effectiveness
We want to support companies in this process with our ongoing Red Teaming Service. Starting with a joint assessment of the status quo of organizational resilience, we guarantee a tailored combination of our service elements:
• continuous provision of information on risks and relevant threats,
• performance of regular tests and simulations to validate vulnerabilities and assess potential adverse effects
• development and support of a training and education program tailored to the specific needs of the company.
Our proven Resilience Framework, a guided self-assessment, serves as a reference for determining and monitoring the status of organizational resilience and evaluating the effect of our measures.
Our Intel Service provides our clients with effective assessments that allow 360-degree view of the existing, individual threat landscape. Beyond this, in cooperation with the companies we support, we develop scenarios based on these findings, by means of which our customers’ resilience can be improved and maintained in the long term.Two areas are essential to the offer: firstly, the quality and diversity of the underlying information is of central importance. The continual, professional evaluation of this information is the second decisive component of our service.